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On The Sentimental Side - Louis Armstrong - The Satchmo Era (CD)

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  1. Sataxe
    Louis Armstrong ‎– The Satchmo Era Label: Weton-Wesgram ‎– LA20 On The Sentimental Side Written-By – Monaco*, Burke* It's Wonderful Written-By – Welles*, Parish*, Smith* Something Tells Me Written-By 3/5(1).
  2. Nikoran
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Satchmo Era [20 CD] - Louis Armstrong on AllMusic -
  3. Fenrizragore
    On The Sentimental Side: 6: Alexanders Ragtime Band: 7: Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams: 8: On The Sunny Side Of The Streets: 9: Stardust: Ain't Misbehavin' Satchmo Mouth Swing: It's Wonderful: All Of Me: Shadrack: In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree: Lazybones.
  4. Mebei
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Satchmo on Discogs. Label: Pickwick Compact Discs - PWK • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Sweden • Genre: Jazz • Louis Armstrong - Satchmo (, CD) | Discogs.
  5. Akinoshura
    CD Gut Bucket Blues () CD Wild Man Blues () CD Mahogany Hall Stomp () CD That's My Home ()/5(2).
  6. Tygokora
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 85th Birthday Edition CD release of Louis Satchmo Armstrong - 20 Unforgettable Hits on Discogs. Label: Big Band Era - • Format: CD Compilation, Enhanced 85th Birthday Edition • Country: France • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Dixieland, Vocal.
  7. Dalkree
    Bing & Satchmo is a studio album by Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong that was arranged and conducted by Billy May. The album was recorded for Crosby's label, Project Records, and released by MGM.. Crosby and Armstrong worked together many times before they recorded this album, appearing in films such as Pennies from Heaven (), Here Comes the Groom (), and High Society ().
  8. Fenrinos
    Twenty CD's, beginning at the beginning of Armstrong's recording career. That means King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band in And the collection goes on through the years: Armstrong with, among others, Fletcher Henderson, Clarence Williams, Bessie Smith, the Hot Five, Hot Seven, and the bands he fronted during the thirties and forties, up to just before the formation of the All Stars in 5/5(1).

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